Everett Animal Shelter: Grant Report
How did this grant help your organization and the pets in your care?
General lifesaving work
Donations and grants are deposited in our Fund for the Animals, which supports our clinic costs for animals who need surgeries, medicine and dental work.
How many pets did this grant help?
Please provide a story of one or more specific pets this grant helped.
Lentil was just a tiny kitten at 4 months old when he was picked up as a stray. He was cold, hungry, flea- and mite-infested, and suffering in pain. An x-ray showed us that his pelvis and both his hips were broken, most likely the result of being hit by a car. It was a miracle he survived. Lentil was able to receive the surgery he needed thanks to this grant and other donations to our Fund for the Animals.
Lentil has been adopted. His adopter writes: “We were blessed to be the ones to adopt this little guy. He is no longer named Lentil, as we thought Mr. Bo Jangles was more appropriate with his adorable bowed stance and walk. We call him Bo. Look how far he has come and we are so lucky to have such wonderful shelters in our region to help abandoned and helpless pets.”